Its a pain if you've never done it before. After the 5th time or so you'll be replacing it in 20 min flat and that includes bleeding.
Ive personally never had good luck with any aftermarket mc. Even oem has been a pain. You'll see my point after you'll have to remove and replace 3x due to seal leaks. Unless the cylinder wall is pitted and I highky doubt that it is a washer and spring rebuild kit is only about $7- and easily changed.
When installed run a clear hose from the slave bleeder nipple straight into tye master cylinder reservoir and just keep pumping the clutch untill all bubbles are gone. No waisted fluid and no mess!